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01-31-2009 01:14 PM
small town rodder
Blower

haha and just ditch the chev and get a MOPAR block. more relaible, weigh less, and the awsome sound of a 440
01-31-2009 08:20 AM
6426yy New Rear tires!
01-30-2009 06:24 PM
SDLuck
Blower

What about camshaft
01-30-2009 03:45 PM
dawg intercooler or at least a methanol injection kit to keep intake air temps down
also dished forged pistons with no more than 9:1 compression
7:1 is best.
01-30-2009 02:09 PM
Geradmg
Procharger Help

I have 2 people that I know that are selling pro chargers. 1 has a d1sc kit and 1 has an F1 kit for sale. Either would be plenty of power for my street car. I currently have a 427 bbc with matching heads running 11:1 compression. I have a 750 cfm quick fuel q-series carb on a dual plane rpm-air gap intake. I have an edelbrock victor mechanical fuel pump and a full msd ignition system with a 6-AL box.

I was planning to get(along with the procharger kit):

-8.5:1 comp pistons
-buy or have my carb made into a blow through
-aeromotive A1000 electric fuel pump
-return style fuel pressure regulator
-MSD Boost Timing Master Control
-boost guage

Is there anything I missed on here that one might recommend?

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